House Numbers for Eichler & Mid-Century Modern Homes
Eichler house numbers and address plates for mid-century modern homes are usually stylish yet subdued, complimenting the overall look-and-feel of a modern and architecturally unique home.
House numbers for Eichlers and other midcentury modern homes are traditionally captured utilizing non-ornate fonts with clean lines. Three of the most popular fonts for mid-century modern house numbers include the Neutra / Neutraface font, the Microgramma font and the Sans Serif Facefont.
While the Sans Serif font is more characteristic of traditional Eichler house numbers, the Neutraface font (pictured below) was inspired by mid-century architect Richard Neutra and is a popular alternative which has a more updated look and is often available in a variety of finishes such as brushed aluminium and stainless steel which can make your Eichler / mid-century modern house numbers 'pop'.
While most hardware stores carry generic house numbers, Eichler owners interested in maintaining a modernistic feel for their house numbers have a few options available to them:
Eichler House Numbers - Excellent replicas of the original Eichler house numbers can be purchased directly through a small California-based company called Eichler Numbers. This company produces a great product and will ship their Eichler house numbers worldwide.
Neutra House Numbers - Several vendors and speciality shops carry Neutraface House Numbers which look great with modern & mid-century modern homes. A few of these companies include Custom House Numbers, Inc. as well as Design within Reach (DWR).
Contact information for these vendors can be found on the